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CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Recreates First Moments Of Universe

Published on November 27, 2015 by   ·   1 Comment



The CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) breaks a new record and recreates a moment in time that last existed theoretically at the birth of the universe, momentarily after the Big Bang.

LHC smashed together lead-ions at 1045 trillion electron-volts, energies twice as large as anything seen previously. Temperatures of several trillion degrees were reached, about a quarter of a million times those at the core of the Sun. The high energy collisions reveal the state of matter that existed shortly after the Big Bang took place, a state of quark-gluon plasma.

RT reports:

Scientists at CERN are aiming to examine the state of matter that was present just after the Big Bang took place.

“Early in the life of our universe, for a few millionths of a second, matter was a very hot and very dense medium – a kind of primordial ‘soup’ of particles, mainly composed of fundamental particles known as quarks and gluons,” the press release states.

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Readers Comments (1)

  1. Jorge Rojas Jorge Rojas says:

    really?…how was that?…oh just a seconds…better luck next.

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